MEMBERS of the public are being urged to check their sheds and outbuildings as police become increasingly concerned over missing Swansea man Gary Dunn.
The 38-year-old has been missing since Monday. He was last seen in the early hours of December 12 in the Betws area of Ammanford.
However, Gary has connections to the Bonymaen area of Swansea and could be anywhere in the South Wales area.
A multi-agency land and river search has continued today and will reconvene again in the morning (Sunday, December 18).
Inspector Rhys Williams said: "We have been searching for Mr Dunn since he was reported missing and unfortunately have not located him. We are increasingly concerned for his welfare and urge people to please check their sheds, outbuildings and gardens to make sure he hasn't taken shelter anywhere.
"Or if anyone knows of his whereabouts or has an idea of where he may be, please call police in Ammanford immediately on 101.
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"The longer Mr Dunn is missing, the more distressing this is becoming for his loved ones. We have many agencies working together to search for this man and we will continue our efforts in the morning."
Gary is described as white, around 5ft8ins tall, of slim build, with short mousey coloured hair.
He has a tattoo of a rose on this left forearm, and is believed to have been wearing a black jacket, tracksuit bottoms or jeans and trainers.